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with this number of people coming requires a lot of coordination. >> the fbi explained they are reviewing r reviewing real time information that is constantly being successed and security adjusted. >> at this time we do not have any credible threats against any of the inaugural event. that is something we will monitor. what we do ask is that the public those who are attending the event keep their eyes and ears open and report any suspicious activity to the local law enforcement agency for the f fbi. >> the tough estrich of road between the capitol building and t where the president and first lady are the most exposed. >> there is a premium on theable to do sur slains. at this moment one of the most heavily sur veiled place will be that mile. the second is to do rapid reaction. >>> we are seeing the national guard along the perimeter of the capital. this is visibility security as well as on seen security on the mall. heather and ainsley back to you. >>> it is time for a look at who is talking. we are hearing from you the american people brand new fox news polls show where you stand. the most
's the fbi saying in. >> this is a big slap in the face for the u.s. government. anonymous said they targeted the federal website because it's a section of the department of justice. they feel the department of justice has trumped up charges against high profile activists. we reached out to the fbi earlier today. our washington, d.c. bureau carol krade was able to speak to the executive assistant director of criminal cyberresponse and services branch. this is what they had to tell us. we were aware as soon as it happened. and are handling it as a criminal investigation. we are always concerned when someone illegally accesses another person or government agency's networking. >> but this is concerning because this is not just where they overwhelmed the server with a bunch of requests basically. they went after them. they actually took control of the server. the government takes great precautions and measures to keep this from happening. can you walk us through what they did? >> i don't know and i think that's the question right now they took control of the server. they claim they had full contr
miller former assistant fbi director. good morning. >> good morning. this is the seventh report it's up, what does it tell us? >> well it tells us that computers and electronic communications are more and more involved in the commissions of crime, but it also tells us that law enforcement is getting more adept at figuring out how to use these things to do everything from mapping a suspect's social network to try to determine if they can find the criminal network in there as well as determining if something's happening. >> should we be worried about this because they're using this as kind of warrantless searches. >> okay, so there's a lot of press out there about this and the headlines all say government warrantless snooping of your e-mail is up. these are very charged terms so let's do a quick civics lesson on how this is supposed to work in real life. when they talk about subpoenas, when you look at the numbers, you see the big numbers are in subpoenas, and then the smaller numbers are in court orders and other things so when you're talking about subpoenas, that
dark thirty," a great movie, but is the message as dubious as you heard? an fbi interrogator joins me to talk about it coming up next. excellence. >> where ever the story is we will go there to get it. >> we dive deep into the topics that we cover. >> it doesn't get anymore real than this. >> and on the next vanguard: straight from the headlines. in the minefiled of the nation's gun control debate, this could be the most polarizing issue. anybody can claim stand your ground, they can get away with murder. on current tv. [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. ok. [ voice of dennis ] silence. are you in good hands? but when joint pain and stiffness from psoriatic arthritis hit even the smallest things became difficult. i finally understood what serious joint pain is like. i talked to my rheumatologist and he prescribed enbrel. enbrel can help relieve pain, stiffness, and stop joint damage. because enbrel, etanercept suppresses your immune system, it may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, so
. they were found as the fbi found harassing e-mails sent to kelly by kelly broadwell. petraeus resigned as kcia director over the affair with broadwell. one of al qaeda's top leaders has been killed. he died after suffering injuries from a u.s. air strike last month. this is the third time he has been reported dead since the year 2010. he is expected to be responsible for a deadly bombing in yemen back in 2009. yemeni government old testament officials haven't confirmed his death. >> the republican controlled house expected to vote on a bill to temporarily raise the nation's borrowing limit through may 18th. the current limit $16.4 trillion. without raising it the u.s. falls on its obligation the first time ever. it is expected to pass. the new budget no pay provision. it would withhold pay if they fail to pass a budget t. has been four years since the democratically controlled senate passed one. >> dramatic video capturing a helicopter as it crash lands in into the middle of a neighborhood. >> hey, chris, call 911. >> i'll say call 911. this happened in mesa, arizona. the pilot was sha
? >> we've tot use a stepladder approach. if you ever talked to an fbi or dea agent and their case lode, the idea that they have time to go snooping through people's e-mail is absurd, wu when you talk about what it takes to get that, a subpoena is for transactional data. if you want content organization view to go to a judge to get an order. >> you were suggesting that no law enforcement official with access is always going to exercise perfect discretion and integrity. >> i would say that's definitely not true. >> we are all human. >> but i mean i think -- i think what you have here is they make more mistakes than they have things through malice. when the fbi got the national security's letter's power from the patriot act, the inspector general did an awe did and found out there were widespread abuses of the nsl and what you saw were a very small percentage of days where you saw the complexity of the process to fill these thing out and get them, that they made a lot of mistakes. you also found they weren't getting information even through the nfls they messed that they weren't otherwise
on at the federal and state level. so in alaska last year the fbi gave covenant house its community partner award for the work that we're doing to identify victims of sex trafficking and to work on the prosecution of those who traffic kids. in pennsylvania several weeks ago, um, covenant house in philadelphia led a coalition that successfully championed new safe harbor legislation that helps victims of sex trafficking. and that would be true throughout the united states, and, of course, in latin america where covenant house works in mexico, nicaragua, guatemala and in honduras, we work very directly including we co-prosecute some of those cases against the gangs and cartels who are trafficking kids who are as young as 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 years old. the work that we do to help victims recover depends on where that victim is in terms of their exploitation, their suffering. but it almost always involves, um, psychiatric counseling, helping young people begin to deal with rape and exploitation and then help them build a plan forward that's not very different that the work that we were doig, you know, 30 y
is back up and running and the fbi is handling the case as a criminal investigation. the site was shut down for a couple hours yesterday. the hackers made it known it was pay back for the suicide of web activist aaron schwartz. he was facing federal computer fraud charges. >>> in egypt, at least 30 people were killed in clashes in. protesters were trying to storm a prison. they wanted to reach 21 people sentenced to death last week for their part in a deadly soccer riot last year. >>> moving to bangladesh a deadly factory fire killed seven, mostly women. a first floor exit was locked and there were no fire alarms. >>> two months ago, more than 100 people died in a similar clothing factory fire in beng ludash. >>> back in the u.s., gun control advocates are hoping a weekend protest in washington will bring some real changes. thousands of protesters marched on the national mall yesterday. some held up the names of victims of gun violence, survivors of mass shootings were also there. protesters are calling on congress to reinstate the ban on military-style assault weapons and require univ
of homeland security agents as well as fbi and atf keeping an eye out for trouble. >>> new orleans ems crews are also preparing for super bowl sunday. they have been training for a year to handle just about anything. paramedics have a surge bus that can treat up to 18 patients at one time. they will also carry special computers that can translate dozens of languages. new orleans won't be on its own. cities such as baton rouge will be sending ems teams to help out. >>> a breaking story in oakland right now. fire crews still trying to get a handle on a house fire near the city's chinatown. you can see they are pouring a lot of water on it. still a lot of smoke coming up. we believe it to be a wood frame victorian possibly vacant building that's burning on the 600 block of harrison street. flames still coming from some of the windows we can see as the helicopter pans these live pictures, still a lot of smoke, as well. chopper 5 will stave above it and keep an eye -- will stay above it and keep an eye on it. >>> an artistic demonstration could turn int
evidence yet to charge him. fbi director mueller was in libya last week, talking to the libyans about the ongoing investigation. it's very frustrating to the families and to many who watch this, these investigations, these international ones, are complicated and they do take time. but believe me, wolf, the bad guys in the region watch this. and the longer it goes without anybody being brought to justice, it's an indication to them that they have freedom of action, if you will, to target western facilities and westerners, and you see things like the attack on the algerian oil facility. >> so, fran, i want to ask you, when you were watching this testimony from secretary clinton, this very lengthy testimony, hitting on so many topics, what was your big impression? what was your big takeaway from what you heard from her today? >> you know, i put myself, kate, in the position of the families who lost, you know, ambassador stevens' family and the other families. and i think, more than anything, i was frustrated. you know, they were asking -- the members of congress were asking secretary cli
to the fbi. in the meantime, north dakota was in the low range of it's firearm homicide rate. it has among the loosest gun laws in the country. the vice-president is treated -- traveling to richmond, virginia. he'll be joined by former governor and senator tim kane to discuss the obama administration's efforts to reduce gun violence. can -- tim ak -- kaine was the governor of virginia during the shootings at virginia tech back in 2007. also, there was an announcement yesterday by senator dianne feinstein, banning assault weapons. that is available on our web site at c-span.org. pentagon lifting the ban on women in combat. tom in ohio, what are your thoughts on all this? caller: there were some women suing the pentagon over the lack of being able to get into combat. the requirement for combat -- they are using that to be promoted. the good old boy network, if you do not want women to advance, you require combat and you cannot let them go to combat. i think the timing is curious with a lawsuit being in court now. host: thank you for the call. date on the republican line, from new jersey. cal
when you consider the federal, the local, various different agencies, fbi, justice department, et cetera, et cetera, it goes on and on and on and they're out in full force and last night several thousand national guardsmen were deployed and they'll have to filter through that. it's smaller than in years past and four years ago 1.82 million people here and this time around they've lowered the crowd estimates from originally expected from 6 to 800 down to 5 to 700,000, it's chilly, but folks are already in the lines and quite a stampede in the next three hours as we get ready for the president getting ready to take his inaugural, having been officially sworn in yesterday. >> brian: carl, how many red bulls so far. >> gretchen: oh, my gosh. >> reporter: haven't cracked them yet. a few days, but we'll have our share. >> brian:'s got six with him, who is he kidding? thanks so much. we had a problem, none of our guests could get through the security. and jim brown had a knee operation and couldn't get anywhere, you how is he going to get there. he walked out of his hotel and one cop to
are the people who are being prosecuted? where are the suspects in custody? is that for her to answer or the f.b.i. and why don't we have answers about that? >> we don't have answers 'cause they haven't done anything. one thing they called an f.b.i. investigation, which is a criminal investigation, this was obviously an act of terror. but by saying it doesn't matter, then that sets aside or diminishes the importance of all the measures they failed to take. there were warnings. there was attacks on a british ambassador. there was a request to keep an additional security force there because of the rising threat. it was obvious that there was -- including rather urgent messages september by our am -- sent by our ambassador back to washington which she said she never saw. i was in tripoli with christopher stevens on july 7. he was deeply concerned about security there. cnn reporter found a message from him weeks later in the burned out consulate. so look, this thing has been a cover-up. i'm sorry to tell you that probably the adoring media will now say, well, that chapter is over. well, it's not over
in the field. myself, the head of the fbi and keith alexander have worked very closely together to develop playbooks and to ascertain who has what roles and responsibilities in different scenarios. in civilian space, our ability to detect, prevent, and mitigate its assisted based on whether we know something has occurred. the idea of sharing and getting notice, particularly when the infiltrated entity is part of the nation's critical impasse structure that everybody else relies upon, is key. the ability to undertake certain medications -- mitigation measures is key. the ability to hire personnel without some other restrictions of the civil service -- civil service system is key. legislation would have the effect of clarifying, making sure those responsibilities are in statute. >> why don't you explain what's physma is. >> i will let you explain what is. >> finish your sentence, request that is a concept -- >> finish your sentence. >> that is a concept -- anyway, legislation will be critical. part of our job is to educate congress on what is going on out there. educate the public. we say cy
know, an f.b.i. guy moves in next door. sounds like a great show. called "the americans." >> gretchen: kerry russell stars in that. >> brian: it sounds like something we unearth add few years ago. >> steve: this is not a big joke, iran says they have successfully sent a monkey into space. they say that they need satellites and monkeys into space to monitor natural disasters in the earthquake prone nation, improve telecommunications and expand military presence. >> brian: so you have iranian contact. i wanted to find out more on this story when you were interviewing the male models. so i was able to do that. i reassembled and they've described to me what the monkey was like on takeoff. i sketched it out as they were talking to me. this is a look at the monkey. he is inside the space capsule and this is the iranian space capsule built to scale. this is the speed. you're seeing the speed coming out. that's the monkey saying, i can't believe, in monkey language, i cannot believe i'm going into space. >> gretchen: suddenly i want to be back interviewing the male model who is getting his mb
of crimes or guilty of anything, but simply people that are somehow peripheral to an investigation. the fbi relies, in the first thing as what is a driver's license, like on television. so what kind of publications can you envision an estate like a worm where 40% of the people are carrying not for federal identification to the fbi director has touched by three times how important the real id act is for federal law enforcement. >> two things with that, and it's been very, very troublesome for us, again, it's hardcoded in the real id act itself that you have to mark a negative card. and a year ago we were two years and i specifically asked at an awards meeting at each is represented, we're having all the unintended consequent of the negative markings on the card, what is your recommendation? and the recommendation i got back was quit marking the card negatively than. which was a little bit stressful because it's hardcoded in real id act itself. and our 80 in delaware said have to abide by the law as it is written. but a lot of our citizens in delaware said okay, other states are not marking t
. will it happens the assault weapons ban. >> no, here is the reason why. it was not renewed in 2004. the fbi and law enforcement officers saying this did not work. what we know is that since the lifting of that ban you've seen crime go down. people, many times, bill, what ends up happening, you get the gun-free zones and you get guns in the hand of criminals and you're right, there's a lot of evil in this world but the assault weapons ban is not the way to fix it. bill: okay. on the assault, let me come back to fixing that in a moment. what about a background check? could that pass? >> well, background checks already are happening and, even, you know, some people will say, there's a gun show loophole but you know what? the most of the your vendors at the gun shows are licensed vendors. they are already doing those background checks there is a very small percentage, i think it is about four or 5% of the guns that are transferred into individual to individual without background checks. bill: so much has been proposed publicly. does any of that pass now in your view? >> i don't think you're goi
threatened and actually scared for her life. that's why she reached out to a friend in the f.b.i and she's telling her side of the story. she didn't want to hurt anybody. general allen, although the investigation delayed his promotion, i do think it's important and caused for embarrassment and he's been cleared. all the earlier reports about hundreds of e-mail are not true. >> gretchen: but this is a case of what happens when a story goes out there and then does a retraction get as much attention as the actual story? i mean, remember, it was said 30,000 e-mails. people were scratching their heads like and they're make accusations saying how could he manage afghanistan and it turns out he wasn't. can you regain your reputation after something like that? i think it's a shame that this happened to this great general who apparently actually was doing his job in afghanistan. >> steve: he was. and the inspector general said they have cleared him of any wrongdoing. however, they were able to figure out that it was this ball la broadwell sending the e-mail she was having the affair with david pe
behavior, where there was very little evidence of wrongdoing. the fbi and the justice department had been reviewing all these e-mails, as part of their investigation of general petraeus. and they threw them all over the pentagon. the pentagon goes, geez, what do we do now? and they decided, gosh, i guess we better investigate them. so the inspector general at the pentagon was ordered by secretary panetta from his plane, he's traveling and says, gosh, we better do the investigation. so that's been rolling along. and there was never a thought to be evidence of real wrongdoing. general allen has been held up. he's our commander in kabul. he's a very fine general. and so it's good that this finally ended today. >> so what we've got, 9:00 eastern time, in about 15 minutes, the benghazi hearings, and secretary of state hillary clinton. what can we expect? >> this is going to be a tough swan song for secretary clinton. she's been such a tireless secretary of state, and she's going to be held to account by republicans, who are still upset about what happened in benghazi, where four americans were
to light after jill kelly, who lives in the house over there, contacted the fbi about what she called threatening e-mails. throughout all of this, jill kelly has remained silent, until now. socialite jill kelly was thrown into the media spotlight last october as the story of general david petraeus and his affair with biographer paula broadwell unfolded. kelly was described in the media as the other, other woman. now she's telling her side of the story in an interview with a reporter for the daily beast, describing the ordeal as a living nightmare. >> jill kelly seemed to me to be someone who didn't quite know what hit her. she doesn't think she did anything wrong. her life has been totally turned upside down. >> kelly came to him to the interview to try to clear her name. she said she was terrified last summer when her husband, scott, read a mysterious e-mail on her joint account. >> she didn't know that these anonymous e-mails were from paula broadwell or even a woman. they terrified her. they were, in her view, full of threats and blackmail. >> reporter: kelly describes her relation
something like this is? >> it's hard for the fbi to know that because many victims don't even know they're victims unless you're blackmailed like the gentleman in that story did. and the problem is once he gets in, he can have hundreds of people he can watch at once. >> thank you. i don't think i'll be opening any e-mails from you any time soon. >> he's not the problem. >> i know. a check of the weather from al. >> a bunch of kids from tucson. a little colder than tucson? >> we're freezing! >> what school is this? >> we've also got a system from the west, a double barrelled system from minneapolis down to tennessee pushing friday across the country through the great lakes and the mid-atlantic and reforming off the northeast coast. it will be bringing a lot of snow with it, especially along the great lakes and appalachians and all the way to the blue ridge mountainses, talking anywhere from 3 to 6 inches and lake effect snow could see 6-9 inches in new york state. icing conditions from bowling green to the blue ridge and north carolina area. we're talking significant icing a quarter of i
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